In the ranking of the most productive smartphones in the test results AnTuTu iPhone 6s was in sixth place
By the end of the second quarter of 2016, the creators of the popular test AnTuTu decided to find out what smartphones are currently the most productive. They published a list of 10 devices with the highest score in the benchmark.
In AnTuTu we approach testing seriously. First, completely eliminated the fake results. Secondly, every smartphone to get on the list, had to be tested at least 500 times. In case if the manufacturer has several modifications of the device, then counted the result is the most powerful of them. And the most important — in the top 10 included only those test results that were conducted in the program from March to may.
Surprisingly, in the top five four of the smartphone is made in China. The most productive device was Vivo Xplay 5 Elite scored in the test 138 706 points. Second place was taken by LeEco Max 2 with a score of 138 points 026. Closes the first track model Zuk Lenovo Z2 Pro, also released in China, the smartphone showed the result of 136 853 points. All these devices are built on the basis of the performance of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip with four cores Kryo, operating at a frequency up to 2.15 GHz and graphics Adreno 530. In fourth place is as Chinese – Xiaomi Mi5 with a score of 136 773 points.
Only on the fifth place you can see the smartphone created in China is Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, scored 134 and 599 points. It is followed by two Apple devices – the iPhone 6s and iPhone SE. According to the test results in AnTuTu they earned 133 and 131 781 401 points. It is noteworthy that at a lower resolution 4-inch screen iPhone SE in AnTuTu shows less points than the iPhone 6s. However, in daily use to notice a difference in speed of the devices is unlikely. Following the “Apple” of phones is the LG G5 with a score of 128 232 points.
Ninth and tenth place with a significant difference got a Chinese smartphone Meizu Pro and Huawei Honor 6 V8 – 96 756 94 and 164 points respectively.